Products

 
  • This Week in Research: Seismic Football, Flat-Packed Arch Bridges, and a Tequila-Waste Composite

    We round up the latest in new materials and technology.

    The latest in architectural materials and technology research.

    ARCHITECT January 23, 2015

     
  • Products Update: Seven Textured Surfaces

    Van Gogh prints, gold mosaics, and a dense herringbone lend spaces an extra layer of tangibility.

    From a re-mastered Van Gogh to a textured gold mosaic, these tiles, textiles, and wallcoverings lend indoor and outdoor spaces an extra layer of tangibility.

    ARCHITECT January 22, 2015

     
  • ARCHITECT Annotates the 2015 State of the Union Address

    Though not a major talking point in this year's speech, the construction sector will be impacted by the White House's policy goals. Here's how.

    The annual address touched on topics from healthcare to drones. We cut through the political hyperbole to highlight areas of interest to the AEC profession.

    ARCHITECT January 21, 2015

     
  • Architectural Materials to Watch in 2015

    Interactive surfaces, soft machines, and self-healing products are among the developments in architectural technology expected to continue this year.

    Interactive surfaces, soft machines, and self-healing products are among the developments in architectural technology expected to continue this year.

    ARCHITECT January 21, 2015

     
  • DesignLabWorkshop's Solar Bytes Pavilion Illuminates the Sun's Path

    This structure captures and stores solar energy to recreate the day's environmental conditions at night.

    The 3D-printed structure is composed of modules that capture and store solar energy, and can be used at night to illuminate the pavilion based on the day's environmental conditions.

    ARCHITECT January 20, 2015

     
  • Next Progressives: Matter Design

    This Boston- and Ann Arbor-based duo draws from antiquated practices to inform digital decisions when working with solid materials.

    This Boston- and Ann Arbor-based firm draws from antiquated practices to inform digital decisions when working with solid materials.

    ARCHITECT January 20, 2015

     
  • Meet Seven of the 2014 Good Design Award Winners

    The international awards program recognizes consumer products across 25 categories.

    The 64th iteration of the international awards program recognizes consumer products in 25 categories.

    ARCHITECT January 16, 2015

     
  • This Week in Research: Glowing Octopus Bacteria, Foldable Structures, and Spinning 3D Prints

    We round up the latest in new materials and technology.

    The latest in architectural materials and technology research.

    ARCHITECT January 16, 2015

     
  • The Disruptive Nature of Architectural Innovation

    Three pre-21st century buildings offer up lessons on how public opinion can evolve to accept once-novel uses of material and form.

    Three pre-21st century buildings offer up lessons on how public opinion can evolve to accept once-novel uses of material and form.

    ARCHITECT January 15, 2015

     
  • The Best (and Most Realistic) Smart-Home Tech from CES 2015

    Our trip to this year's consumer technology trade fair revealed integrated smart devices, new uses for light fixtures, and ultra-efficient appliances.

    Our trip to this year's consumer technology trade fair in Las Vegas last week revealed integrated smart devices, new uses for light fixtures, and ultra-efficient appliances.

    ARCHITECT January 12, 2015

     
 

2013 R+D Awards

This year, eight projects, processes, and products were deemed exceptional by the judges.

 

Sustainable and Resilient Design Coverage

Sustainability Coverage

Continuous coverage of everything that's happening in the world of sustainability and resilient design, brought to you by EcoBuilding Pulse.


 
 

Detail Series

Architectural Details

Check out our series of various types of Detail stories, bringing you the inside scoop on a fascinating architectural feature.